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Nancy A. Irlbeck

Associate Dean of Academic Affairs, College of Agricultural Sciences

Colorado State University

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Colorado State University

300 West Drake Road

Fort Collins, Colorado,80526

United States

Company Description

Founded in 1870 as the Colorado Agricultural College, CSU is now among the nation's leading research universities. Located in Fort Collins, CSU currently enrolls more than 33,000 students, and has more than 1,800 faculty members working in eight colleges. CS... more

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Background Information

Employment History

Regional Director

Natural Colored Wool Growers Association


Affiliations

Alpaca Research Foundation

Board Member


Comparative Nutrition Society

Board Member


Colorado FFA Foundation

Board of Trustees Member


Advisor Program

Founder


College'sPeer

Founder


Education

B.S.

Animal Sciences and Animal Nutrition

Iowa State


M.S.


M.S.

Animal Sciences and Animal Nutrition

Iowa State


Ph.D


Ph.D.

Associate Dean of Academic Programs


Ph.D.

Colorado State University


Ph.D. work

ruminant nutrition

University of Nebraska-Lincoln


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Nancy A. Irlbeck
Associate Dean for Academic Affairs, College of Agricultural Sciences, Colorado State University


Presenters | Latinos in Agriculture

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Nancy A. Irlbeck, Ph.D., Associate Dean of Academic Affairs, College of Agricultural Sciences, Colorado State University
Nancy A. Irlbeck, is the Associate Dean for Academic Affairs in the College of Agricultural Sciences at Colorado State University in Fort Collins, Colorado. Dr. Irlbeck grew up in Iowa on the land as oldest of 8 children and 54 grandchildren. She received a Bachelor's degree in animal sciences and a Master's degree in animal nutrition at Iowa State University. Her Ph.D. work in ruminant nutrition was completed at... Read more…


Dubuque dog trainer: Raising the bar for dog training in Dubuque and the tri-state area - Canine Connection LLC 

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Pet Nutrition, Dr. Nancy Irlbeck, Colorado State University


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"There used to be a stigma of being from agriculture," said Nancy Irlbeck, director of Colorado State University's master's program in agriculture.
"However, in the last few years there seems to have been a shift." At CSU, Irlbeck sees a growing class of young men and women who don't come from agricultural backgrounds but who nevertheless desire to study it and "get back to the land." When Nancy Irlbeck was in college in the 1970s, she said, "probably 90 percent of us were from the land. But what we're seeing now is probably 10 to 15 percent of students with an ag background." Irlbeck grew up in the 1950s on a farm in Iowa. She was the oldest of eight children, and one of her brothers now runs the family farm. She thinks that farmers today, removed from the "cycle" of agriculture, need a college or technical education to get into the business. "They are businessmen or -women. They spend a lot of time on the computer," Irlbeck said of modern farmers.


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"There used to be a stigma of being from agriculture," said Nancy Irlbeck, director of Colorado State University's master's program in agriculture.
"However, in the last few years there seems to have been a shift." At CSU, Irlbeck sees a growing class of young men and women who don't come from agricultural backgrounds but who nevertheless desire to study it and "get back to the land."


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